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Free things to do this weekend

By Priyanka Chand AgarwalEvents - 06 September 2012 8:30 AM | Updated 07 September 2012

Free things to do this weekend

You have cheered on Alice, Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine in their quest for survival against evil, the T-virus and the undead – Now cheer on real life heroes in the Resident Evil: Retribution Race right here on the streets of Singapore.

Home is where the heart is, and Dawn Ng knows that best. Watch the acclaimed artist as she showcases her fourth solo exhibition in Singapore. A series of photography meets typography artworks titled ‘Everything you ever wanted is right here’  at Raffles Hotel.

Soothe your soul, the established ensemble led by conductor Quek Ling Kiong presents an innovative music and wellness programme that aims to bring joy to seniors. Catch the second installment of Music for the Soul this weekend.

Take time off your busy schedule and spend an afternoon together with your grandparents at The Plaza. Marvel at performances by seniors; view exhibitions; make crafts together; record a video at the P.S. I Love You video booth and end the afternoon by capturing a memory of your date at our photo booth.

Free WiFi and student discounts do make cramming easier. Check out these great student friendly cafes we rounded up for you. You do have to pay for the food though.

The kite festival’s grand flying days are this weekend; Enjoy beautiful kite performances by kite-making demos by kitemasters from Singapore and Malaysia, fabulous photo-ops and general kite flying fun for all. Converge at the promontory, Marina Bay or what the fun from afar at the Marina Barrage

Watch Singapore’s best table tennis players compete for the Dr. Ng Eng Hen Cup at the Toa Payoh Central Community Club, at 93 Toa Payoh Central. Matches begin at 9am.

Ways of Seeing Chinese Art features over 200 objects including ceramics, jades and bronzes from the Lee Kong Chian Collection. The exhibition presents a comprehensive history of Chinese ceramic art with more over a 100 objects.

For more inspiration on what’s happening this weekend for free, check out our comprehensive events calendar. Have a great weekend, and see you back here next week!